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Communication Skill Programs

Supporting and teaching students on the #1 skills gap identified by recruiters, administrators, and senior management, 

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Workshops

We bring your data and feedback to life, alongside real-world examples of great communication in action. Virtually or in-person. 

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Interview Preparation

Providing personalized and measurable interview preparation support for career centers, in preparation for the growth of virtual interview platforms. 

Executive Dev Prog

Executive Presence

Personalized feedback and resources to help your graduate students enhance their presence, influence, and leadership. 

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Executive Education

Target the skills that your participants want to develop, such as executive presence, influencing with impact, difficult conversations, and many more. On campus or remote. 

Leadership Development  |  Communication Skills |  Presentation Training

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Recent Thought Leadership

How to Teach Emotional Intelligence to Your Leaders and Teams

Emotional intelligence, "EQ," is a stronger predictor of success than IQ. But what is it, exactly, and how can organizations ensure every employee has a high EQ? Here's a hint: the foundation of emotional intelligence is communication.

 

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Don't Be Fooled by their Silly Name: Soft Skills Matter

Though critical leadership qualities like communication, self-awareness, and teamwork are often referred to as "soft skills," the term makes them sound hollow and frivolous when we all know that employees' "soft skills" are critical to an organization's success.

 

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To Prepare Future Leaders for Today's Corporate World, MBA Programs Need to Shift Focus

The corporate ladder doesn't look like it did 50, 20, or even 15 years ago, and the role of an exec is changing significantly. So how can MBA programs adjust to prepare grads for today's professional world?

 

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“Everything measured, improves.” — Peter Drucker